Not everyone is familiar with the painter kveta pacovska. But many know the pictures, which usually very expressive, colorful and rich in form decorate various children's books. These books are classics that have won many awards. This is precisely why claudia korber, a retired elementary school teacher from bad bruckenau, and her students took the painter's work as a model ten years ago. In the rooms of the city library, where the children's books can be found, schoolchildren had painted three walls in the style of kveta pacovska at that time. Hardly faded are the colorful wall paintings until today. Only one side of the room has been desolate female so far. For this reason, jan marberg, head of the library, initiated a new edition of the painting campaign. "I am very happy that the schoolchildren were allowed to paint again", the now retired teacher says.
"Round and square"
eight fourth-grade schoolgirls were chosen by their teachers to spare the library. Why only girls were allowed to paint? "Because the boys are not so good at painting", the girls say unanimously. "In this case, unfortunately, that was the case", korber confirms. The book "round and square" served as a template for the wall, then as now by kveta pacovska. The girls, however, changed the characters by adding things here and there. A nose ring, for example, or a flower robbery. Artistic freedom.